Table 2

 Odds of quitting smoking any length. Multiple logistic regression analysis. Employed adult women (age 25 and older) who do not live alone and who were daily smokers one year ago. CPS 1992–93 and 2001–02

Variable1992–932001–02
OR (95% CI)p ValueOR (95% CI)p Value
Home smoking restrictions
    Smoking permitted1.001.00
    Some smoking permitted2.15 (1.70,2.73)<0.00012.34 (1.54,3.55)<0.0001
    No smoking permitted7.77 (5.91,10.21)<0.00016.54 (4.61,9.28)<0.0001
Education
    ⩽ 12 years1.001.00
    13–15 years1.07 (0.85,1.36)0.55991.39 (1.02,1.89)0.0394
    16+ years1.22 (0.95,1.57)0.12082.17 (1.44,3.27)0.0003
Race/ethnicity
    White1.001.00
    Hispanic0.99 (0.48,2.03)0.98480.50 (0.20,1.21)0.1206
    African-American0.74 (0.49,1.13)0.15700.88 (0.49,1.57)0.6660
    Asian-Pacific Islander0.87 (0.36,2.07)0.74191.40 (0.49,4.03)0.5231
    Native American0.72 (0.25,2.12)0.54641.73 (0.60,5.00)0.3034
Workplace smoking restrictions
    No policy, smoking permitted1.001.00
    Smoke free1.02 (0.83,1.26)0.85491.11 (0.81,1.53)0.5144
Homes with young children
    No children <51.001.00
    Children <50.72 (0.54,0.97)0.03241.10 (0.70,1.74)0.6647
Household composition
    Multiple adults, no children1.001.00
    Multiple adults, children0.78 (0.61,1.00)0.04680.75 (0.53,1.07)0.1166
    One adult, children1.00 (0.71,1.40)0.98540.61 (0.41,0.91)0.0152
Age
    25–441.001.00
    45–640.90 (0.72,1.13)0.34930.76 (0.55,1.07)0.1116
    65 +0.63 (0.21,1.86)0.39122.09 (0.75,5.85)0.1570
Occupation
    White collar1.001.00
    Service worker0.74 (0.59,0.94)0.01360.78 (0.53,1.17)0.2268
    Blue collar0.66 (0.50,0.86)0.00280.71 (0.44,1.15)0.1649